For immediate release:
August 18, 2021
Megan Wiltsie 202-483-7382
Jacksonville, Florida. “Since the UN Climate Commission has warned that widespread cuts in greenhouse gas emissions are necessary to prevent the“ red code of humanity, ”said PETA Honorary Director (and former Malibu safeguards star) Pamela Anderson is fighting to save lives again – this time in real life – by sending PETA to Jacksonville with methane compensation starter kits to help locals cleanse themselves and go vegan.
PETA supporters will deliver kits containing emission-reducing vegan foods, including tofu and non-dairy cream, to city officials and will distribute them to passersby on Thursday. The UN said a global vegan diet is necessary to combat the worst impacts of climate change, to which Jacksonville is particularly vulnerable: as temperatures rise, it is expected to face more severe flooding.
“Farmers must move away from livestock and governments must act, but until they do, we must take personal responsibility to try to save the Earth and future generations, and going vegan is a big step in that direction,” Anderson says. … who went vegan years ago. “The PETA kit is a powerful rescuer for people, other animals and this planet.”
When: Thursday 19 August 12:00
Where: 932 Park St. (at the intersection with Post Street), Jacksonville
PETA, whose motto is in part that “the animals are not ours to eat” – opposes specisism, a worldview focused on human excellence.
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